Former National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi’s son Brian Njoka has narrated how he was dragged and robbed KSh 700,000.

On Wednesday, September 14, Njoka told a Nairobi court that on August 22, 2019, he went to a high-end entertainment in Kericho County in the company of his friends and cousins.

He further informed Milimani Senior Resident Magistrate Ben Mark that his drinks were laced with an unknown substance by two unidentified women.

Former National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi’s son Brian Njoka has narrated how he was dragged and robbed KSh 700,000.
Former National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi’s son Brian Njoka has narrated how he was dragged and robbed KSh 700,000. Photo: Courtesy

Muturi’s son stated that the women further made away with his phone make Sumsang Galaxy Note 9 worth KSh 100,000.

“At the club, while partying at some point I saw two women join my table but later left. From then I do not know what happened as I left the premises the following day at 12:30 pm,

“With less than 12 hours, a whooping KSh 720, 800 had been transferred from my Standard Chartered Bank, CBA Bank, and KCB bank account to Mpesa sent to an unknown phone number and Co-operative bank account. How this happened is a mystery to me,” Njoka said.

Of the KSh 700,000, KSh 415,000 were transacted from his Standard Chartered bank whereas KSh 210,000 were transacted from his CBA Bank account.

Muturi’s son said his KCB Mpesa account was not spared either as KSh 25,000 was also withdrawn.

“In my KCB account, I had a balance of KSh 25,000 which was also withdrawn. On realizing this situation was going beyond a lost phone I proceeded to Parliament Police Station where I made my report,” he said.

“Since I wanted to give a friend of mine KSh 50,000, I tried my CBA Bank account where I was told that my account balance was KSh 450 in an account that had KSh 210,000,” Muturi’s son told the court.

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